Kamloops woman sues B.C. Cannabis Stores claiming mislabelled pot messed up her study session According to a statement of claim, the provincial government’s B.C. Liquor Distribution Branch and B.C. Cannabis Stores sold a Kamloops woman a cannabis product that was labelled as low in THC and high in CBD but which apparently contained the opposite of that description. “The defendants failed to warn the plaintiff of the dangers of this product,” it reads. “it was mislabelled at the time of purchase.” The plaintiff, Kimberly Webster, is a student at Thompson Rivers University. In the notice of claim, she says she ingested the product without intending to get high, and that it impaired her for a time during which she had intended to study for midterms. The mislabelled product therefore affected her grades, Webster claims.